Real Name: Jazinda Kl'rt-spawn
Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Skrull) mutate
Occupation: Bail enforcement agent, galactic bounty hunter;
former agent of Skrull Empire
Group Membership: Freeman Bonding, Inc.
Affiliations: Aragorn, Mallory Book, Captain Marvel (Genis-Vell), Marlo Chandler, Collector (Taneleer Tivan), Marcia Coopersmith, Paul Dominic, Emilee Freeman, Gamora, Hercules (Heracles/Alcaeus), Iron Man (Tony Stark), Rick Jones, Lady Liberators (Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Thundra, Valkyrie/Samantha Parrington), Life, Dona Little, Rosalind Little, Terrance Little, Lyja the Lazerfist, Mantis, Erin Murphy, Phyla-Vell (alternate), Quasar (Phyla-Vell), Larry Ryan, Tanya Ryan, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Winter Guard (Crimson Dynamo/Boris Vadim, Darkstar/Sasha Roerich, Red Guardian/Anton, Ursa Major/Mikhail Ursus), X-Factor (Darwin/Armando Munuz, M/Monet St. Croix, Multiple Man/Jamie Madrox, Strong Guy/Guido Carosella), Zack
Enemies: Absorbing Man (Carl Creel), Badoon, Behemoth (Manfred Haller), Boss Bragg, Bran the Blessed, Captain Feral (Max Farrell), Cazon, Dark Art (Arthur Moore), Death, General Eng, Enmity, Dr. Harris, Hi-Lite (Rockwell Davis), Dr. Knox, Kodor, Kree Empire, Bran Murphy, Mrs. Murphy, Darqon Par, Ren-Varr, Shatterax (Roxo-Bai), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), S.W.O.R.D., Talisman (Nogor), Titania (Mary MacPherran), Special Agent Tucker, Tunis-Var, Unum
Known Relatives: Super-Skrull (Kl'rt, father), unidentified countess (mother, presumed deceased), Sarnogg (brother, deceased)
posed as Jennifer Walters, She-Hulk, General Eng, Darqon Par, and many others
Base of Operations: Mobile;
formerly Tarnax IV (place of birth)
First Appearance: (As Jennifer Walters, name and identity unrevealed) She-Hulk II#22 (December, 2007); (name and identity revealed) She-Hulk II#23 (March, 2008)
Powers/Abilities: Jazinda is a Skrull, meaning she has the ability to alter her form at will to look like both living and non-living creatures, though she seems to have the same limitations as standard Skrulls.
Jazinda has used her powers to transform into multiple humans but has most frequently posed as Jennifer Walters and sometimes She-Hulk; she has notably changed into a Shi'ar, a tiger and a goldfish before.
Jazinda is a trained bounty hunter with access to Skrull ships and technology that allow her to traverse space, implant psi-link technology in the minds of others (allowing her to both monitor the thoughts of another and to reach out to them telepathically), use computers that can hack into Earth networks, teleport people or objects aboard her ship, attach power nullifiers to others, and to fire bio-electric guns.
After consuming the Sy-Torak gem, Jazinda developed the ability to resurrect herself from any death after a matter of minutes unless the gem is somehow removed. Every time she is resurrected, Jazinda wakes up massively hungry.
Height: 5'6" (variable)
Weight: 135 lbs. (variable)
Eyes: Green (variable)
Hair: Black (variable)
(She-Hulk II#24 (fb) - BTS) - The daughter of Kl'rt the Super-Skrull, Jazinda was born on Tarnax IV and grew up on Zaragz'na.
(She-Hulk II#31 (fb) - BTS) - Kl'rt happily raised Jazinda along with her brother, Sarnogg. As she grew up, she learned about the Skrulls' long-term plans to invade Earth, and about the Talisman, a Skrull who embodied all of Skrull religious beliefs in one form and who was integrally tied to conquest for the Skrulls.
(She-Hulk II#24 (fb) - BTS) - In time, she learned that Tarvax IV had been consumed by Galactus, and that Zaragz'na was destroyed by Annihilus' Annihilation Wave.
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb) - BTS) - The Skrull Empire sent Jazinda to retrieve the powerful Sy-Torak gem, which had powers over resurrection, from the Kree. Jazinda cut off the hand of Kree Minister Tunis-Var to use in her mission.
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb)) - Jazinda broke into a sacred Kree site and used the severed hand to open up a vault. As Kree soldiers charged, Jazinda retrieved the gem and consumed it. All Kree soldiers in the room perished in a powerful energy burst when the gem bonded with Jazinda in an explosive manner.
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda returned to the Skrulls, and they discovered she had developed the power of resurrection. Jazinda was ordered to let the High Priests remove the artifact from her system, even though it would kill her. Unwilling to die, Jazinda chose to run, knowing she would be disowned by her father and considered a traitor by her people.
At some point, she learned that Sarnogg had died in a military conflict.
(She-Hulk II#31 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda spent years acting as a bounty hunter in space, living a solitary life away from her people. Jazinda became aware of a Skrull plot to invade and conquer Earth, but she hoped it would never happen.
(She-Hulk II#24 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda received a recorded message from her father that said she was a traitor and that he would kill her if he ever saw her again.
(She-Hulk II#32 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda crash-landed on Earth and sank her ship into Lake Winnipeg. She later befriended She-Hulk and they became fast friends.
(She-Hulk II#38 (fb) - BTS) - Worrying that She-Hulk would betray her, Jazinda secretly implanted a psi-link into She-Hulk's brain without her consent, which would allow her to monitor her friend's thoughts. Over time, she started using it less and less.
(She-Hulk II#28 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda told She-Hulk that she was on the run from the Skrulls, but kept the rest of her story quiet.
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda told She-Hulk about how her brother Sarnogg had been killed in a conflict in space.
(She-Hulk II#24 (fb) - BTS) - She-Hulk and Jazinda started staying in a trailer at Dona Little's Trailer Park, and became acquainted with their neighbors, including moody teenager Rosalind "Roz" Little and her mother. Jazinda stayed in her human form, a replica of Jennifer Walters, and went by Jaz. They began working as bounty hunters to collect bail dodgers for the FBI, or Freeman Bonding Inc., a subsidiary of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Book.
(She-Hulk II#22) - Walters and Jazinda went after the escaped Hi-Lite (Rockwell Davis), having traced him to rural Minnesota. Bored of staking out Davis' home, Jazinda disguised herself as Jennifer Walters and went in to make the arrest, but she was surprised when the Absorbing Man (Carl Creel) attacked, breaking her neck. Creel battled She-Hulk outside and he released a miniature Titania (Mary MacPherran) into her ear canal. Meanwhile, "Walters," her neck at a clearly abnormal angle, stopped Davis from escaping.
(She-Hulk II#23) - As She-Hulk's battled with Creel and Titania took her across the city, Jazinda as "Walters" managed to handcuff Davis and take him into custody. When cops questioned her, she showed him her F.B.I. paperwork, and explained her broken neck (which she soon fixed) away as her being "triple-jointed", and her alien gun as experimental technology. Tracking She-Hulk from a subcutaneous locater device, and through a trail of property destruction, "Walters" found She-Hulk at the Mall of America. She apprehended the tiny Titania within, then found She-Hulk and Absorbing Man fighting in a broken aquarium. "Walters" got Creel to back down from the fight by tossing Titania into the mouth of one of the aquarium's sharks. Later, Jazinda changed back to her true form while driving back with She-Hulk, Davis secured in the back of the RV.
(She-Hulk II#24) - After delivering Davis to jail, Jazinda and She-Hulk returned to Dona Little's Trailer Park, where they were staying, and Jazinda stayed in her "Walters" form. After interacting with the local kids, including Zack, then saw Roz, about whom Jazinda worried. Jaz hinted at her alien nature as she listened to Roz complain about her absent father.
Jazinda posed as a male cop and went to Terrance Little's home, where she
told him that his daughter had been killed in a hit-and-run, hoping it
would inspire him to show affection to Roz when he saw her.
Jazinda subsequently replayed the old message from her father, calling her a traitor.
(She-Hulk II#25) - She-Hulk, in her Jen Walters form, told Jazinda about recently being attacked in a bar by a mysterious man named Bran, who had blown the bar up. They did a work-up of the man's face, and Jazinda loaded it into her computer, which she could read and focus with just her thoughts, and Jazinda tracked the man through the FBI computers. As they drove west, they talked about being heroes and bounty hunters, after which a small alien ship landed on top of their vehicle.
She-Hulk investigated and found Cazon, of the Froma, who stated he was being hunted by his people after being accused of being a mass murderer. Jazinda was shocked at how reluctant She-Hulk was to get involved in Cazon's case. She-Hulk questioned Jazinda on her altruism since arriving on Earth, and she challenged She-Hulk on her selfishness. They then saw Kodor, a male Badoon, fighting with Cazon, and She-Hulk held the Badoon off while Jazinda rushed away with Cazon. They came across humans Larry and Tanya Ryan, and Cazon shockingly killed Tanya before firing a gun on Jazinda, seemingly killing her.
(She-Hulk II#26) - Reviving, and telling She-Hulk that she had been in a regenerative coma, Jazinda woke up to find She-Hulk, Kodor, and Tanya (who was still dead but whose body had been temporarily revived by Badoon technology) near her, and they soon saw that Cazon was trying to escape with Larry Ryan strapped to the outside of his ship. She-Hulk saved Larry and captured Cazon, but stopped Tanya from killing Cazon before Tanya faded away, dying again. Jazinda then chose to kill Cazon herself, with her bare hands.
(She-Hulk II#27) - She-Hulk was questioning Jazinda about having died twice and come back to life, and Jazinda denied lying. At a local gas station, they saw news that Larry had been arrested for Tanya's murder. After stopping some local thugs, Jazinda and She-Hulk went back to Allentown to help Larry.
She-Hulk ended up arrested when she ripped out the door of Larry's cell in prison while arguing with him, so Jazinda posed as a cop and strategized with She-Hulk in her cell. Later, Jazinda watched attorneys Paul Dominic and Marcia Coopersmith argue over Larry's case in the courtroom, and Mallory Book and Iron Man soon arrived to help with the case. After things were resolved, Jazinda came clean with She-Hulk, telling her about her betrayal of her race and about her inability to die.
(She-Hulk II#28) - Driving into Cleveland, Jazinda shocked She-Hulk by boasting about the number of sexual partners she had had in the past, and she expressed her confusion over Earth cultural customs regarding sex. At the home of Bran Murphy, they questioned his daughter Erin before Mrs. Murphy slammed the door in their faces. Tracking leads at a baseball stadium, Jazinda posed as a hot dog vendor (and briefly shape-shifted to frighten off an annoying human), then they found Murphy, who was with Arthur Moore (Dark Art, an old foe of She-Hulk), and a fight broke out as She-Hulk revealed presence. When Murphy demonstrated super-strength, Jazinda shot him, but he shot her back in the brain, and he was shocked when Jazinda remained alive and attacked him again. She-Hulk confronted Murphy, who claimed he had nothing to do with the bombing, and then She-Hulk was again arrested by Moore and others for her attack. Jazinda escaped in the chaos.
(She-Hulk II#30) - Seeking the truth about Bran Murphy, Jazinda returned to the home of Mrs. Murphy in her Walters form. "Walters" demanded answers, and Mrs. Murphy pulled a gun, causing "Walters" to knock her out. Jazinda then posed as Mrs. Murphy and had young Erin show her Bran Murphy, who was seemingly dying in bed. Bran explained that he was the host body for the Celtic god Bran the Blessed, who was working with a mysterious group on a revenge plot against She-Hulk. Bran suddenly sat up in bed healed, stating that Bran the Blessed had just severed the connection with him after a battle with She-Hulk and Hercules. Jazinda reluctantly believed him, but promised she would be back if she found out he was lying.
After returning home and finding She-Hulk and Hercules sleeping together, Jazinda suddenly cried out, sensing the Skrull's Talisman on Earth. Jazinda and She-Hulk soon rushed to find the Talisman.
(She-Hulk II#31 (fb)) - Jazinda drove wildly toward Detroit to find the Talisman, reluctantly telling She-Hulk about the pending Skrull invasion. Furious, She-Hulk grabbed the wheel of the vehicle, causing it to crash, and Jazinda finally explained that she thought she could avert the invasion if they stopped the Talisman. They drove the wrecked RV the rest of the way to Detroit as Jazinda explained who the Talisman was and what he represented. She theorized that if she could kill the Talisman, the resulting loss of morale for all Skrulls would stop the Earth invasion.
(X-Factor III#33) - In Detroit, Jazinda posed as a human and tracked the Talisman through the city until he spotted her, recognizing her immediately. Jazinda pushed through civilians to pursue the Talisman, who was posing as the hero Longshot. Jazinda fired on the Skrull, but Darwin and M, the real Longshot's teammates in X-Factor, attacked Jazinda, after which She-Hulk rushed to aid her friend.
(She-Hulk II#31) - Jazinda tried killing the Talisman, but Darwin stopped the bullet, and it ricocheted back, hitting her.
(X-Factor III#34) - She-Hulk, who had been battling X-Factor, called Jazinda to check in. Jazinda tracked down the Talisman, who was with Darwin, and he called her Kl'rt-spawn as he prepared to kill her. Just then, She-Hulk and X-Factor (Madrox, M, Strong Guy) arrived to help with the fight, and Talisman soon weaponized his own belief systems against them. Darwin and She-Hulk defeated Talisman, and then Jazinda placed a nullifier on him to block his powers. They loaded Talisman in the RV, and drove away, unsure if they could trust anyone to turn him over to.
(Skrulls!#1 - BTS) - The Skrull Empire provided an intelligence report on Jazinda. Agents were ordered to run all reports through Kl'rt.
(She-Hulk II#32) - Hearing devastating news about the Skrulls winning their invasion on Earth, Jazinda and She-Hulk drove to Minneapolis with the captured Talisman. Jazinda worried that if they killed him, the Skrulls would raze Earth, so they made plans to raise Jazinda's ship and get a message to the Skrulls about the Talisman's capture. When Jazinda saw a Skrull transport ship fly overhead with human prisoners, She-Hulk blew their cover by knocking the ship out of the air with a thrown tree. With the humans freed, Jazinda stole the Skrull ship and used a transporter to bring Talisman and She-Hulk aboard (after messing with She-Hulk by teleporting her clothes off first). Super-Skrull soon attacked, smashing into the ship, and he was shocked to see the Talisman there. While She-Hulk fought Kl'rt, the Talisman managed to free himself, and attacked Jazinda. As the ship crashed, he tried to transfer her resurrection powers to himself.
(She-Hulk II#33) - Floating in the water, Jazinda revived herself just as the Talisman changed to a shark and was drawing in close to her, and she turned into a goldfish to escape the shark. Jazinda changed to a tiger, and Talisman to an elephant to continue the fight. After returning to her human form, Jazinda drew her gun on Talisman, but Kl'rt grabbed the gun and was prepared to kill Jazinda, as the Talisman planned to take the Sy-Torak gem for himself. She-Hulk helped remind Kl'rt of his happy memories raising Sarnogg and Jazinda, even as he shot She-Hulk. Kl'rt killed Jazinda, but then chose to protect her body with a force field. Kl'rt tossed the Talisman across the lake and then rushed after him, telling She-Hulk to tell Jazinda that he had failed to kill her, that Talisman had spared her life and that Talisman was under his protection. She-Hulk was not allowed to tell Jazinda that Kl'rt loved her.
(She-Hulk II#34 (fb) - BTS) - She-Hulk and Jazinda apprehended two men who had stolen their RV.
(She-Hulk II#34) - After discussing the political unrest and humanitarian concerns in the country of Marinmer, She-Hulk called her teammates in the Lady Liberators (Thundra, Invisible Woman, and Valkyrie (on Aragorn's back) ) to the trailer park to meet with them. Jazinda retrieved her ship from the bottom of the lake, and Jazinda posed as a Shi'ar to pilot the women to Marinmer. There, they intercepted the humanitarian aid packages and planned to deliver it to those in need, but then the Winter Guard (Crimson Dynamo/Boris Vadim, Darkstar/Sasha Roerich, Red Guardian/Anton, Ursa Major/Mikhail Ursus) attacked.
(She-Hulk II#35) - During the fight, Jazinda fired her ship's weapons at Red Guardian, and Darkstar responded by increasing the gravity in the area, which forced Jazinda to change back to Skrull form for a time, though she remained aboard the ship. In the end, the Winter Guard teamed up with She-Hulk's team, the Lady Liberators, to deliver the aid, and Jazinda took some supplies to those in need.
(She-Hulk II#36) - In a meeting with corrupt Marinmer President Darqon Par, She-Hulk was poisoned, so Jazinda snuck in in the guise of General Eng to get to the president. Jazinda began choking the president, telling She-Hulk that she intended to kill him, but She-Hulk convinced her not to. The Invisible Woman helped contain Par, but was shocked to learn of Jazinda's identity as a Skrull. Jazinda posed as Par and gave a public address, apologizing for Par's actions and admitting corruption before opening the borders to Red Cross agents and supplies. "Par" then used a gun on live television to commit suicide, while She-Hulk and the Invisible Woman snuck the real Par out into exile.
(She-Hulk: Cosmic Collision#1) - Seeking another bail jumper, She-Hulk and Jazinda tracked Captain Feral (Max Farrell) to Milwaukee, and when the criminal asked for three days freedom to attend his daughter's wedding, Jazinda felt inclined to give it to him, though She-Hulk disagreed. Just then, a mysterious red alien woman named Unum from the Negative Zone attacked and hit She-Hulk and Jazinda with a flash of red energy that transported them to space. Jazinda found herself in a room with Lyja the Lazerfist, Gamora, Mantis, and Quasar (Phylla-Vell). A voice explained that she was trying to save the female warriors in the universe from Unum, who was determined to kill them all. Lyja whispered in Jazinda's ear that she knew who she was, despite Jazinda's human disguise, and that she knew about the bounties on her head. The women worked together, using Quasar's sword and their combined skills, to break out of their reinforced cells, then they saw She-Hulk, Thundra, Valkyrie, and the Invisible Woman on the other side, all brought there against their will as well. They found Unum battling the Collector and the women rushed into action, as they realized they were being manipulated by a cosmic entity called Enmity. Unum attacked Enmity, and the others were all returned to their homes, with She-Hulk and Jazinda landing back on Earth.
(She-Hulk II#37) - While She-Hulk was off handling legal matters, Jazinda got a call from Emilee Freeman from the FBI asking for help in capturing Femme Fatale; posing as She-Hulk, Jazinda accepted the case. After talking to She-Hulk, she realized her partnership with her friend was ending. Just then, someone knocked on the door, demanding to see She-Hulk. Jazinda changed her shape to She-Hulk's and then the Behemoth (Manfred Heller) attacked her, brutally beating Jazinda to death before exposing her as a Skrull.
(She-Hulk II#38 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda revived and realized she had been apprehended by government agents who were keeping her in restraints.
(She-Hulk II#38) - Ignoring She-Hulk's extreme anger about the nonconsentual psi-link, Jazinda told her friend about being captured, and wanted to make sure that She-Hulk would be okay if she were questioned by the government operatives. Dr. Knox and Dr. Harris began torturing Jazinda, cutting off her psi-connection. Jazinda died from the torture and then revived as the scientists realized her resurrection powers. They then started murdering her regularly and timing her resurrections, generally using a gun. Special Agent Tucker oversaw events and questioned Jazinda about her mission and motivations until She-Hulk burst into the room to save Jazinda. One of the scientists revealed himself as Behemoth and savagely attacked She-Hulk, who was soon joined by Thundra, Valkyrie, and the Invisible Woman of the Lady Liberators. She-Hulk freed Jazinda and the fight led outside before Behemoth was defeated soundly. Mallory Book let Jazinda and the others leave, saying she would handle things with the government.
(S.W.O.R.D. I#2) - When S.W.O.R.D. tried to remove all aliens from Earth, many were gathered and contained, including Jazinda, who was killed by operative Spider-Woman before waking up in prison.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#2 (fb) - BTS) - Aware that Death was in distress due to the Cy-Torak gem within her, Jazinda learned Death had been captured by the Kree.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#1) - Jazinda posed as Thanos to secure the prisoner, Genis-Vell, away from Boss Bragg.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#2) - Jazinda showed Genis-Vell who she really was, then she explained that they needed to save Death, who had been captured by the Kree scientist Ren-Varr on New Hala. The Badoon attacked Jazinda's ship and she was injured before they were repelled.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#3) - Jazinda stayed on the ship while Genis-Vell confronted Ren-Varr.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#4) - Jazinda and Genis-Vell cornered Ren-Varr and learned he had Marlo Jones and Death herself captive, then Shatterax attacked.
(Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#5) - Posing as Ronan the Accuser, Jazinda distracted Shatterax long enough for Genis-Vell to defeat him. Phyla-Vell and Rick Jones arrived to help them. They met the entity Life, then saw Marlo Chandler take her new place as the entity Death.
Comments: Created by Peter David, Shawn Moll, and Victor Olazaba.
This profile was completed 8/17/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.
Profile by Chadman.
Jazinda has no known connections to:
The Sy-Torak gem has no known connections to:
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb) - BTS) - The powerful Sy-Torak gem, with resurrection capababilities, ended up in Kree hands under unrevealed circumstances. The Skrulls sent Jazinda to retrieve it.
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb)) - Jazinda used the severed hand of Tunis-Var to access the Sy-Torak gem, then, as the Kree closed in on her, she consumed the gem to protect it. It ended up bonding with her system permanently, giving her the ability to resurrect after dying.
--She-Hulk II#33 ([She-Hulk II#33 (fb)], 33 (fb)
(She-Hulk II#33 (fb) - BTS) - Jazinda severed the hand of Kree Tunis-Var to help her gain access to the Sy-Torak gem.
--[She-Hulk II#33 (fb)]
(She-Hulk II#24 (fb) - BTS) - Zack was one of the kids living in Dona Little's Trailer Park who became acquainted with She-Hulk and Jazinda living there.
(She-Hulk II#24) - She-Hulk showed Zack and the other kids the ball-and-chain of the Absorbing Man.
--She-Hulk II#24 ([She-Hulk II#24 (fb)], 24
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Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update#1, p63, pan1 (main)
She-Hulk II#37, p21, pan1 (face)
She-Hulk II#33, p9, pan3 (gaining powers)
She-Hulk II#22, p8, pan6 (as Jennifer Walters)
She-Hulk II#24, p5, pan7 (posing as human)
She-Hulk II#35, p12, pan3 (as Shi'ar)
She-Hulk II#37, p21, pan4 (as She-Hulk)
She-Hulk II#33, p8, pan3 (Sy-Torak gem)
She-Hulk II#24, p6, pan4 (Zack)
She-Hulk II#22-25 (December, 2007-March, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Shawn Moll (penciler), Victor Olazaba (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
She-Hulk II#26 (April, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Shawn Moll, Val Semeiks (pencilers), Victor Olzaba (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
She-Hulk II#27 (May, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Val Semeiks (penciler), Dave Meikis (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
She-Hulk II#28 (June, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Val Semeiks (penciler), Dave Meikis, Victor Olazaba (inkers), Stephen Wacker (editor)
She-Hulk II#30 (August, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Val Semeiks (penciler), Victor Olazaba (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
She-Hulk II#31 (September, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Vincenzo Cucca (artist), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Skrulls!#1 (September, 2008) - various writers, Jeph Youngquist (editor)
X-Factor III#33 (September, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Larry Stroman (penciler), Jon Sibal (inker), Will Panzo (editor)
She-Hulk II#32 (October, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Vincenzo Cucca (penciler), Vincenzo Acunza (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
X-Factor III#34 (October, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Larry Stroman (penciler), Jon Sibal (inker), Will Panzo (editor)
She-Hulk II#33-34 (November-December, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Vincenzo Cucca (penciler), Vincenzo Acunza (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
She-Hulk II#35-36 (January-February, 2009) - Peter David (writer), Pasquale Qualano (penciler), Vincenzo Acunzo (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
She-Hulk: Cosmic Collision#1 (February, 2009) - Peter David (writer), Mahmud Asrar (pencier), Scott Hanna (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
She-Hulk II#37-38 (March-April, 2009) - Peter David (writer), Steve Scott (penciler), Vicente Cifuentes (inker), Mark Paniccia (editor)
S.W.O.R.D. I#2 (February, 2010) - Kieron Gillen (writer), Steven Sanders (penciler), Craig Yeung (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Official Handbook of Marvel Universe A-Z Update#1 (April, 2010) - various writer, Jeff Youngquist (editor)
Genis-Vell: Captain Marvel#1-5 (July-November, 2022) - Peter David (writer), Juanan Ramirez (artist), Danny Khazem (editor)
First Posted: 09/09/2021
Last updated: 02/04/2023
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